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Data exchange: The coming ICD-10 onslaught
What happens when the goal of health information exchange meets a wave of new payment coding practices? No one in the healthcare industry is quite sure yet, although most agree time is running out to prepare for the ICD-10 conversion. Meanwhile, more providers are considering telehealth practices and trying to determine how best to be reimbursed for offering telemedicine services. All of this continues against the backdrop of federal initiatives pushing for greater openness and data exchange across patient and provider settings, and different EHR platforms.
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Unstructured clinical data is goldmine of information for ICD-10 codes. Now providers have to figure out how to easily access it.